I’m just back from a few weeks in the field. I’m sitting amidst multiple bags of dirty gear, digital storage cards full of data, and a bicycle still enclosed in a tape-laden cardboard box.
As I start to process everything from my GPS and smart... Read More / Post Comments
It’s been more than a week, but I’m still thinking about my trip to the National Bike Summit in Washington, DC. I was part of a group of advocates that converged upon the Hill to speak for cycling, and in my case, mountain biking.
I attended the... Read More / Post Comments
‘Maps are both a useful tool and magic carpet to faraway places…’
My name is Leslie. I like maps. I take that back….I really like maps.
Some of you might know me from my travels with one, Chris Kehmeier. Together we were the 14th Trail Care Crew... Read More / Post Comments
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